We all know that we need to replace our computer’s motherboard when it no longer functions. But what do you do if you don’t know the model number of your PC’s motherboard? We’ll show you how to find it in five easy steps!
What’s the model number of a PC’s motherboard? It can be hard to figure out, but if you know your way around a computer and want to upgrade or fix it yourself this is the most important question. Knowing the answer will help you find compatible parts for your specific needs. To find out what kind of motherboard you have, first open up your computer and look at its backside. The model number should be printed somewhere on that side of your PC near where all the cables come in from behind it.
What is the model number of a PC’s motherboard? This can be found on the back, near where all your cables are plugged in. The model number should start with “Dell” followed by five numbers and maybe an asterisk or two. It will look something like this: Dell *14*3A-**5*. If you find that there is no label on the back, then ask your salesperson which one they would recommend for what you’re trying to do. They’ll know!